Hyderabad Qadri sect opposes conference of Pak’s radical group Dawat-e-Islami in the city, threatens chaos


Hyderabad – Scholars and followers of Qadri sect has opposed Pakistan’s Dawat-e-Islami conference in Hyderabad city, they threatened severe infighting if conference is ever granted permission.

Barelvi Sunni group, Dawat-e-Islami runs under Moulana Ilyas Attari of Pakistan, and he is infamous for radicalizing youth in the garb of Ishq-e-Rasool – love towards the Prophet.

“Seventy percent Muslims of Hyderabad aren’t satisfied with Moulana Ilyas Attari and Dawat-e-Islami, his speeches are purely targeted at splitting the Muslim community,” said Moulana Ali Qadri, representative of Quadri order of Hyderabad.

Malik Mumtaz, a police officer of Pakistan, who assassinated Pakistan’s politician Salman Taiseer in 2011, was influenced by the Barelvi radicalization. He was hanged by Pakistan Government on February 29 2016.

“His last year’s speeches were worst and damaged our faith,” Qadri added.

“In case, Attari’s conference is granted permission in Hyderabad, there will be law and order problem,” he threatened.

“We appeal City Commissioner of Police, and Telangana Government to stop this conference,” he appealed.

He also urged the Muslims to facilitate India-based organizations and to oppose all Pakistan-based organizations and preachers.

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